If you want to suppress just the one period you can get specific pills from the doctor, but if you need contraception as well you can start Birth Control. However you will not be protected from pregnancy for about 3 weeks.
If you've never had your period before there is no way but waiting. If you've had it before the only way to control is it my taking birth control pills.
Your period would probably not come until your 3rd or 4th sugar pill. If you started taking the pills on the Sunday before your period did that period come?
Yes. If you keep taking them and ignore the pause days you'll suppress the regular bleeding. Don't make a habit out of it though.
Yes it does. It takes a month or two before your cycle becomes normal again. If you had PMS before taking the pill it returns and your period may seem heavy for a time.
Your period will come naturally. Birth control does not help you get your period. Your body decides when you will get your period.
Yes, taking three birth control pills or taking the morning after pill can cause a missed period.
before you decide to have sex Hello there - Start taking BCP on the advice of your doctor. But I started taking BCP the FIRST day of my period. This made my next period arrive regularaly and monthly.
Depends. If you just got your birth control and you have never had it before.. What you do is take it the Sunday after your period. For example. You started on a Monday. You ended on a Thursday. You take your birth control that Sunday. If you have taken birth control before.. Yes, you take it. Whether you are on or off.
It can take anything up to 3 months for your period to regulate, sometimes longer.
It depends on what birth control you're on. You need to take remove the patch and the nuvaring, but if you're on the pill, have an IUD or implanon, or take the shots, your period will regulate itself.
No, you can't start your period with a birth cotrol pill. Birth control pills work to suppress your menstrual cycles so you don't ovulate, thus you don't menstruate - the bleeding women get on the pill is a withdrawal bleed, not menstruation. The pill works because it is taken every day to suppress normal hormonal changes, takig one pill will have very little effect on your cycles and certainly wouldn't cause your period to start when it's not due.
You cannot stop your period for a month, some people will tell you just keep taking birth control pills, however, this has proven to be dangerous to your health. There are birth control pills specifically designed to stop your period for up to 3 months at a time. Some women stop menstruating completely while taking the pill. There is no medical reason to have a period every month and it does not cause you any harm to suppress menstruation for one month, three months or indefinitely.
Continue taking your birth control pills as scheduled.
The traditional birth control pill works on an (approximately) monthly cycle. At the end of the cycle, yes, you have a period, then you start the next cycle of pills. More recently, doctors have begun prescribing birth-control pill cycles which completely suppress a woman's period. There is some controversy about whether this is healthy or will have negative health effects in the long term. If you are interested in this, you should consult with your doctor about it.
Most women will have their period within a week or two of stopping birth control pills, and may be fertile from the first day they stop taking it. If you have stopped taking birth control and have not had your regular period as expected, you need a pregnancy test to be sure whether you are pregnant or not.
Were you taking birth control pills before TTC?
Right on the first day. It will take a month before the pills will be effective.
Yes it will, at least it should. You're supposed to start your period when you get to the last week of them. But it's perfectly fine to delay your period, unless you do it for a long period of time.
There's no need to wait.
Hi, Yes it can definitely cause a late period.
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There is no guarantee that taking two birth control pills in a day will stop your period sooner. Generally speaking the only time you should take two of these pills in one day is if you forgot to take a pill the day before. Taking two pills on the same day may have no effect on your period but will reduce the effectiveness of the pill.